BERLIN German police briefly stopped an open up-air weekend live performance at Nuerburgring race monitor on Friday because of to a achievable terrorist risk.
“Owing to a terror hazard scenario, we explained to the organizer to briefly stop the live performance as a precaution,” police in the close by city of Koblenz reported in a statement.
Der Spiegel journal reported that all people attending were being questioned to go away the live performance and head to close by tenting grounds “in a managed and orderly trend.”
“The organizer of Rock am Ring, doing the job closely with the security authorities, have finished forward of timetable the festival now,” the police reported. “The background to this was a concrete warning that made it difficult to rule out a terror risk.”
“We simply cannot provide any additional aspects on the background facts,” the statement added.
The suicide bombing at a pop live performance in Manchester, England on May possibly 26 led to changes in the security scheduling for the German live performance and the number of security officials was amplified considerably to 1,two hundred, the police reported.
“We acquire all tips and suspicious incidents particularly critically and investigate closely,” they added.
(Reporting by Erik Kirschbaum Modifying by Robin Pomeroy)